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Thursday, January 23, 2020

EYEWITNESS: Meltdown…

…in Venezuela If there was any doubt that Venezuela’s meltdown had reached a point of no-return, it was put to rest by the US Congressional...

EYEWITNESS: Hapless…

…and hopeless If the escapees from Prison Break II at Lusignan weren’t so dangerous, it would make a very good comedy routine. How do you...

EYEWITNESS: Straight talk…

…and politicians Well, it’s certainly past time! Time for some group with clout to sit down this government and explain the facts of (economic) life...

EYEWITNESS: Paying…

…for slavery CariCom will be writing Britain and the other European countries that conducted and benefited from the African Slave Trade and plantation slavery, to...

EYEWITNESS: Spinning wheels…

…on GECOM Chief? Your Eyewitness has to hand it to Opposition Leader Jagdeo: the fella’s certainly sticking to his constitutional duties on selecting the next...

EYEWITNESS: Déjà vu…

…all over again at Camp Street! The authorities must be only people in Guyana who’re surprised at the weekend conflagration at the Camp Street jail....

EYEWITNESS: Shooting down…

…oil gambit From the moment Raphael Trotman floated the notion of an oil refinery for Guyana — and then hired an “expert,” back in January,...

EYEWITNESS: Hope for the best…

…but prepare for the worse Well…here we are, on the third day of the New Year. Yep! Time sure does fly when you’re recovering from...

EYEWITNESS: Keeping us down…

…in mediocrity Your Eyewitness sincerely hopes there’s nothing seriously wrong medically with President David Granger, and wishes him a long life. But his decision to...

EYEWITNESS: Holding on…

…to bitter (bauxite) myths One of the constants of politics in divided states is the cultivation, nursing and retention of myths of persecution and oppression...

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